What is that, you say? Multi-purposing content means using the same content with enhancements in a multitude of ways and places. Here are some examples.
- Say you’ve created a list type article like this one. Go back to that article and create a blog post for each of the items on the list.
- Create a slideshare deck. Interesting statistics, meaningful quotes, and actionable advice can make for effective slides, and the resulting presentation can offer an easy-to-read recap of your original content. Consider posting your slide decks on Slideshare.com for extended exposure to your content like this one.
- If your content tells how to do something, consider an instructographic on Pinterest. The word itself is a combination of instruction and graphics. Here’s an example.
- Refresh or republish old content. As I look over the hundreds of articles I’ve written in the past, I can see where many are still relevant with just a few minor updates.
- Repost on social media. Simply posting information a second time on social media can catch a different audience that may not have seen the original post.
- Republish a blog post as an eblast article to your customers.
- Expand your post into an ebook that you can offer if someone signs up for your mailing list on your site – or sell it on Amazon!
- Create a podcast or video about a blog post.
- Host a webinar on a topic you’ve written about. Solicit the help of an expert whom you can interview about the topic.
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